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Wounded British and Belgium soldiers retreating from Mons, 1914 during The Great War. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images)

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

WWI: Brigadier- General J.V. Campbell (on bridge) congratulates soldiers of the 46th (North Midland) Division at Riqueval after their successful crossing of the St. Quentin Canal. - Found via Buzzfeed

This Is How The British Press Reported The Outbreak Of The First World War

The onset of war was greeted with huge public interest and dramatic "sandwich board" headlines, like this from The Times , advertising its expanded editions.

An aerial view of the WWI Loos-Hulluch trench system in France. British trenches are situated on the left of the photo, and German trenches on the right - in the middle of the two is no man’s land. July 22, 1917

Grand Palais

During World War I, wounded soldiers who had been sent to Paris to recover were drilled in the cavernous Grand Palais to prepare them for a return to the front 1916

Soldier's comrades watching him as he sleeps, Thievpal, France, during World War I (National Library of Scotland).

The Most Powerful Images Of World War I

On Remembrance Sunday, the last Tommy makes a moving plea to honour soldiers before it's too late

Harry Patch. Harry was the last Tommy to survive the horror of the trenches of WWI. He died aged 111 in 2009. He never forgot those lost and always made sure to remember lost Germans as well as Allied troops. A quote from Harry: "Irrespective of the uniforms we wore, we were all victims."